Book 2 of the Leviathan series
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Keldaren just wanted an easy life. A job where the boss wouldn’t scream if she was five minutes late. A nice boyfriend. Treasure worth a not so small fortune. To go a week without a bomb going off in her near vicinity. Was that so much to ask? Unfortunately, when your best friend is a three thousand year old ghost with a chip on her insubstantial…
Captain David Arman is worried. He has claimed possession of a vast and powerful alien warship, a Leviathan named Jethabel, and won a first victory against the invading Tren armada. He should be pleased, but his control of the situation is indirect at best. The ship can only be controlled through a civilian Pilot, Josh Hartley, and the glory of the battle has fallen to his first officer, Greg Hawthorne. Either or both could be a threat to Arman’s command, but he needs to find a way to punish the Tren whatever the cost.
Shauna Murray has too many Tren in her sights. Commander of small, swift ambush ship Therion, she is deep in Tren space plundering supply convoys when she receives news of the Alliance fleet’s defeat and orders to retreat to the core worlds. Outnumbered and outgunned, escape won’t be easy but she has no choice but to try.